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Old 12-10-2010, 08:42 AM   #16
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I also had a Composite Craft LynxII back in the days but this one at the picture uses a different frontend. At the original car there was fixed camber at the frontend but this one uses adjustable camber. I donīt remember if that was sold by Composite Craft or if this was aftermarket parts.
I had the split frontend using 2° camber parts.
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Originally Posted by timmig View Post
That sway bar on the Lynx was a direct copy from my old 12L's!!! Hohoo--right out of the 90's!! I stopped racing after the Nat's at Phil and Jim's in Riverside!! I've got THAT 1/12 scale car sitting up on my bench right now--WITH the complete equipment from the day. Red nicads--Novak Esc--Reedy modified--
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Old 12-10-2010, 05:43 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by InspGadgt View Post
No...it is the Eliminator 10. The Super Sport did not use 2 shocks in the back. As I recall it didn't come with any shocks. The Eliminator 10 used 2 shocks on the rear but most people changed that to using only 1 shock with a sway bar.
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I think/know you are correct on that one.

I have to politely disagree. Attached is my manual from my Super Sport.
Th Bolink model that did not use 2 shocks in the rear was the Sport '91. It had a basic pogo stick suspension attached to the T bar.

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Old 12-10-2010, 06:48 PM   #19
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I stand corrected...your right it is the super sport. The Eliminator 10 I believe only had 6 battery slots.
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